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"nori" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast
"Nori takes revenge on alcaraz in Rio and Djokovic surpasses graph for most weeks at number one. Kim Chris, today is the 27th of February and we are here to catch up on the week in tennis at tennis weekly headquarters, especially backed by our crowdfunders Caroline girling and Stephen rankin. It's been another entertaining week on the tour. A surprising week, actually, because eager schwinn tech, oh my word, lost to barbora cricova in the final in Dubai. We had the Brits doing very, very well with cam nori winning in Rio, as well as Andy Murray getting to the final losing to Medvedev, who's made it back to back titles and consecutive weeks in Doha. And we've had some historic news today, Novak Djokovic has surpassed Steffi Graf for number of weeks at world number one. Guys, it has also been a historic occasion because it's been a sad sad day for me because malek yasiri, one of my favorites, one of my favorite players who's history has been entwined with the story of the podcast. He has been sent into retirement today in Dubai in the men's event by Alejandro davidovich for kina. He had a wild card. He went out very easily and now I've got to spend the next hour or so I feel like processing this sad sad information I've got to be completely honest, I'm not a 100% sure who that is. Oh, Chris. Chris, you don't know who Malik jaziri is. I know this is bad. Jolie more hurt by the fact that Chris doesn't know who he is or the fact that he's now retired. A bit both to be honest, yeah, I'm absolutely devastated. I thought maybe there was maybe there was one more run he could go through to the second round on the third round. Maybe he could take another wild card into an event in the Middle East, but sadly not, and yeah, he's hung up his tennis racket, although he will still be on the tour. I believe he is now. I wasn't even aware of this. He is the coach of vasek pospisil, but yet he's now officially hung his racket up, he's playing days are over. That's quite an interesting partnership. But I mean, Chris, so the backstory for yourself and for any listeners who haven't been with us since the early days of the podcast. Myself and Joel bonded over a malek jaziri match at the Australian open in 2018. It was against Salvatore Caruso. Another name you may never have heard of. Was this on a rod laver? No. The furthest from the main arena and even though it was like it had gone late, it was like 5 sets. It's still felt like there was only about 30 40 people watching, but it was that sort of time where I did, you know, I was talking to Kim about, hey, should we start a podcast? And that's how you series so related and entwined in the podcast law. I don't even know who won that match between him and cariso, but I remember someone accusing the other player of feigning an injury and all sorts. It went a bit sort of grudge match. Kim, I think the biggest thing to have come out of that match was the podcast, not the result itself. It was the formation of we should get them both on. He did. We should get the word. He did win it. I can confirm. It went to 5 sets and he won it 6 three in the final set. So what a result for malek. I'd love to have him on. We could ask him how significant that match was for his career if he remembers it even if he remembers that the crowd. Yes. Exactly. Let's come back to the present day though, otherwise we'll be spending the whole episode perhaps reminiscing about random matches at AO 2018, which isn't what most people are here for. I'm sure. What's been your highlight from this week on the tour? Joel, I mean, your highlight from the tennis, but I also, I am dying to know how your pepper army pancake went as well. So if you can kind of fill us in on both of the great. The less said about that, the better, I think, yes. Listeners, yeah, I suggested maybe pancake and a pepper army sort of rolled around each other. Yeah, it's not a thing. It does not work. I definitely do not have the peperami in the fridge before eating it like cold and hot. It's the contrast. It just doesn't work. It's a recipe for disaster, so we can leave it, we can leave it firmly there, but yeah, in terms of the actual action on the court this week, what my highlight was and it's my highlight because it just gave me a lot of confidence and it was maxime Crecy in Marseille against Jeffrey Blanco and he served what is dubbed the reverse perfect game, which is four double faults in a row broken to love. It was very messy. He still won the match, which was great, but yeah, watching that, it just sort of gave me some confidence that, yeah, it does happen to the top players as well. Messy from Crecy, goodness. That is a bad game. I love that messy. I do think though that we have seen like this transition, this slow evolution of more and more players being like, I'm just going to serve two first serves as opposed to, I'll do a first serve and then I'll have my very steady second serve, which is my high percentage play. I do think you get more and more players now like Crecy, who if you watch it, you can see why you serve affordable faults. He was just he was just going for it on every serve and obviously that's a completely different approach and mindset to have. But it's certainly feels like for me something we've seen become increasingly popular on the tour over the last couple of years. And he does do a lot of service practice I was going to say, you know, nice of his game is to serve in the volley. So maybe he practiced it more than others, so he backs himself to make it more than missing. The odds are very much in favor of him making one of them, but it did look a bit like when he got to three double faults. He wasn't hopeful for that last one. I suppose by the time he'd done three, he thought I might as well do for right now and then just call that game a bit of a rise. Chris, what about you? What's amused you from the world of tennis this week? And I also want to ask, I think you having some pancakes last week when we were having some galette. Yes. How are your galettes? But I sent you a picture. They weren't very well. It is with buckwheat flour, did find that out.
"nori" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Chamber. Where three city councillors, including council president Nouri Martinez, were caught on tape, making crude and racist remarks about, among other things, the black son of another council member, named Mike boner. Speak they chant. As one of the three council members, not the pencil president walked out onto the panel here. President Biden has called for all three to resign. Now, if you're not familiar with this story, the LA times was out with this leaked tape of nori Martinez again as the council president, who is now taking a leave of absence, talking with these two other counselors. The black and brown on this floor and there's this white guy with the little black kid who's misbehaved as the menu has no. Yeah, no, they're doing the kids bouncing off the Afghan wall on the throne. Practically tipping it over, there's nothing you can do to control him by the time he told. Yeah, that was translation little monkey, she said at the end there again, that white guy is counselor Mike bonin, who is a gay white man who adopted this black child, and he made a remarkable and emotional address to the council. There are a lot of people who are now asking for forgiveness. And asking for forgiveness is a good first step. But, well
"nori" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The world here's Dan schwarzman. Thanks, Brian. Another PGA Tour member has defected to the Liv golf invitational series as 23 year old Matthew wolf will play in this week's live tournament in Oregon. Wolf turned pro back in 2019 and immediately won the 3M open while also finishing fourth in the 2020 PGA Championship in second at the 2020 U.S. open. Since then wolf has struggled missing time to work on his mental health and has missed the cut in 7 of his last 12 tournaments and is currently ranked 74th in the official world golf rankings. Big ups at the start day one and Wimbledon is 7 C duber tour catch loses in 5 sets and unseated Alejandro davidovich for kina while topsy Novak Djokovic did drop the second set to Korean soon Wu kuan in route to a four set win. Another big scare occurring is 5th see Carlos alcaraz comes from being down two sets to one and in a fourth set tiebreaker to knock off young linard truth in 5 sets while 16 C Pablo carreno busto retires from his opening match after two sets. Others advancing to the second round include third seed Casper Ruud 9th sea Cameron nori and ten seated Yannick sinner. In the women's draw two seater neck on Tibet third seated on jabour and NC demo raducan roll into the second round of street sets while 7 sea Daniel Collins is knocked down three cents. ESPN is reporting that the LA Lakers are the only team that is actively trying to acquire Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving in a signing trade deal. Brooklyn has been unwilling to give the 30 year old a long-term contract extension. And Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports update. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business out and at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business flash. On certain days, we focus the yuan reference rate set by the PBOC, there's not much in it here today, the estimate and the fixed by the PBOC pretty much in line and in fact, pretty much in line with where the offshore Chinese currency is trading here at the moment 6 69 58. Hang seng index futures just started to trade. They're down about a half of 1%. We had massive gains yesterday the tech index is up 4.7% the hanx index itself was up 2.4%, so it might be natural to see a little give back today. We saw some give back on Wall Street, the rebound in global equity stalled out there. The losses weren't great, though the S&P 500 was down about three tenths of a percent. Some of it was driven by higher oil prices and higher yields because those had been going the other direction during the furious equity rallies last week. Anyway, WTI is still higher this morning in Asia, but yields have stabilized. They're not really doing all that much to yield on a ten year. Is that 3.19% to two year at three O 9. Nike shares down in after hours 2.9%, Nike offered a downbeat full year forecast for gross margins, so costs going up and it was also cautious on China. After the close as well, we had the banks announce what they're doing with the extra cash. After passing the stress test last week, Morgan Stanley traded up 3.2% Goldman was up 1%. Pretty interesting day I mentioned the Nike was higher. It's actually energy, utilities, real estate that are doing the best. And that's silicon markets. And Dexter has news in San Francisco, and he's headlines head. All
"nori" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Being down two sets to one and in a fourth set tiebreaker to knock off young lenard truth in 5 sets while 16 C Pablo carreno busto retires from his opening match after two sets. Others advancing to the second round include third seed Casper Ruud 9th sea Cameron nori and ten seated Yannick sinner. And the women drawn two seater neck on Tibet third seated on jabour and sent Emma raduta roll into the second round of street sets while 70 Danielle Collins is knocked down three cents. ESPN is reporting that the LA Lakers are the only team that is actively trying to acquire Brooklyn next guard Kyrie Irving in a signing trade deal. Brooklyn has been unwilling to give the 30 year old a long-term contract extension. And the schwarzman that your Bloomberg world sports update. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app. And at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business flash. So we had a little consolidation on Wall Street earlier in the end the NASDAQ was down 7 tenths of a percent. The S&P 500 gave back three tenths of a percent and the Dow Jones Industrial Average off two tenths of a percent. We're not seeing a lot of action in equity futures contracts this morning Hanks and index futures are down little down about 8 tenths of a percent. China futures only down a quarter of 1%. Right now, if you look at Australia and futures flat, nikkei futures at 26,000 745 and that compares to a close of 26 8 71, so a little bit of downward pressure today, but the gains were so big last week that if you're only giving back just a tad, it may still be music to the ears of bulls, we'll have to wait and see right now we've got, we've still got a lot of momentum in Chinese shares and in Hong Kong with tech shares, the tech index, up 4.7% yesterday, Alibaba rallied 3.7% and JD.com was up 6 and a quarter percent and although it wasn't too much action in the NASDAQ golden dragon index overnight, you'd have some individual shares of prominently companies like Baidu and JD.com. Right now the dollar is a little bit weaker and no trading in treasury at the moment, the last deal on the ten year 3.19%. And that's a check of markets. Headline news with Ed Baxter in San Francisco. All right, Brian, thank you NATO is set to label China's systemic challenge in a strategic plan. G 7 wraps up statements to codify the indefinite time frame for help for Ukraine. U.S. national security adviser Jake Sullivan says high power defense systems are just about on their way to Ukraine. NATO's released a plan to boost the size of its high readiness force to 300,000. That effectively is a 7 fold increase. This is Russian missiles hit a shopping center at least ten are dead, two missiles hit Kyiv as well. Whether president Xi Jinping will attend in person the handover anniversary weekend this weekend is up still up in the air. Reports are saying that he will be there, but very well will go back to Shenzhen to sleep. January 6th committee is scheduled a new hearing for tomorrow to air some new video of Donald Trump and his family and the time frame leading up to the capital insurrection and the U.S. U.S. Supreme Court has backed a high school football coach who lost his job for conduct postgame conducting postgame prayers on the field and other move relaxing the separation of church and state. In San Francisco, I met Baxter this is Bloomberg, Rashad. Okay, getting back to guest Lorraine time, director of equity research at Morningstar getting her market taken. Lorraine, thanks for sticking around to give us a sense of, as we move into the second half, you know, will it be better for Asia? And what are you looking at in a more specific company, which companies you look at in particular? Yeah, I think first and foremost, because we do expect the worst of the China lockdowns to have been seen the second quarter, but obviously the issues is that it's still a bit choppy coming out of that over the next few months, but having said that, I think that's really a little bit of a bounce and that's being reflected currently in some recovery in the China issues. So to be to be selective, we're more keen on, as I mentioned, companies with economic modes. So we do have a few wide note rated companies that we particularly like because they're trading around half of their fair values submitted at the moment. So that includes names like TSMC, yum, China, and Tencent to name the street that are around half of their values set them off survey estimates for the next moment. So when you step back from China and look at the region more broadly, we're waiting for the retail sales figures for South Korea today. How do you view the region? Is everything that is developing on a positive note in China is that kind of having permutations outside of the country and to other regions? I think to some extent what we expect to see, let's say, if you've got a U.S. slowdown in 2023 in terms of growth, that's starting to happen. But you've got hopefully China coming up about its lockdowns and 2023, which we hope will act as a buffer to some of the other Asian countries activity levels. As you know, a lot of the growth is being was previously propelled by China demand. Obviously, with the rest of the world swing down, you're not probably not going to see China grow at such a strong pace. But it will be better than this year, let's say. So I think that would be a bit of a buffer. We just have interest rates coming up and some of the countries. But overall, I think that we're looking at general still sort of largely sort of activity levels stabilizing, probably not at this pace that we saw the past year with the coming out of lockdowns. But generally coming down to a more normalized activity level. All right, so it gives some names you like, possibly if you're comfortable doing that. It gives a sense of how you see how you look at this market as a stock picker. And you know how important is credit quality to you? Yeah. So I think the defensive issues have definitely up formed the past 6 months. We still think there's room in portfolios for them. So we're talking about dividend yielding companies. The two that we like there are companies like cheung Kong infrastructure holdings, TKI holdings, ST engineering in Singapore. A very stable capital flows, I mean, dividend flows and we expect STE to also benefit from a recovery and air travel, given that they do a lot of maintenance work for airlines. The other go ahead, I'm sorry to interrupt, continue. Yeah. But in terms of where we're seeing the biggest discount is in the sectors that I mentioned that were over so basically consumer discussion like the ecommerce name set happened rebounding recently. Tencent's obviously got some overhang with some share sales ongoing, but we think weakness there is an opportunity to pick up. And again, we still like to use them to seek for its ability to what we think could support its margins going forward as well. So very quickly in about 30 seconds, when you mentioned margins there and I'm wondering, given the fact that we may continue to see a little bit of margin pressure at least in the near term, are there areas of the market that you are avoiding at all cost? Okay, so obviously where we see where there's less value, for example, so we've got companies that maybe a staple space that will gradually be able to pass that on, but they're still going to be a little bit of pressure. There's we think that some of the consumer consumer electronics related areas are going to face both top line and potentially margin pressure as well as global
"nori" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Good morning I'm roger hearing with this Bloomberg business flash And we're now three quarters in our into the European opening we're seeing a very much more mixed picture than we'd seen earlier in Asia We're seeing a certain amount of mixed views I think in terms of potential and where we might be going We're seeing equities lowering investors awaiting the U.S. payrolls report of course gauging the strength of the economy possible tapering prospects by the fed right now the stock 600 is down three tenths of 1% the footsie 100 is up just over a tenth of 1% the cac is down two tenths of 1% the Dax down three tenths of 1% the ibex the outlier here it's up three tenths of 1% this morning a footsie movie is up a tenth of 1% as well If we look to the U.S. opening later S&P 500 futures right now are ten to 1% down futures the same NASDAQ futures down a tenth of 1% in the bond space U.S. ten year benchmark treasures on a 1.58 handle at some one basis point this morning The dollar is stronger by just over a tenth of 1% this morning on the Bloomberg dollar spot index the pound weaker by two tenths of 1% on cable 1.3589 and in the oil market interestingly at the moment WTI still just hovering below that $80 a barrel markets up one and a half percent Brent up 1.4% $83.12 a barrel That's a Bloomberg business flash Now here's the end Garrett's more on what's going on around the world The end good morning Roger good morning and thank you here in the UK and the NHS launchers the biggest flu program in its history today there is a warning the number of people killed by the virus could be higher than it has been for decades Cases of flu last year were low because of COVID restrictions but experts are concerned deaths has been for decades Cases of flu last year were low because of COVID restrictions but experts are concerned deaths could jump as high as 60,000 when it is usually around 11,000 in England In Germany armand laschet has signaled he's prepared to step aside at the head of Germany CDU after the party's electoral defeat last month In a video call with party members Bloomberg understands la Chet said the CDU needs new blood across the board Meanwhile the social Democrats say they have got off to a good start in coalition talks with the greens and the pro business of free Democrats And finally the former Pepsi CEO Narendra nori says she has never asked for a pay rise during an interview with The New York Times She said I do find it cringeworthy in the early 2000s when nori was still at Pepsi a body of research suggested that women didn't negotiate their salaries as frequently as men a potential contributor to the gender pay gap Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Jan guerins This is Bloomberg roger Yes it's fascinating isn't it Because you would think that someone in that powerful a position wouldn't have any compunction about asking for a pay rise and yet she did Well I just had a quick look And obviously in the early 2000s when Nouri was still at Pepsi I think things were very different back then when it came to asking for pay rises And you know we still see that more men are in control of S&P 500 companies only 31 women run companies and that was so much less than when nori was there So I guess maybe there was a culture of not asking and just probably being grateful that you were in the position in many ways but what they say now new research has found roger that women are asking for pay rises at the same rate as men But there's one catch They've just not getting them Which is rather vital They are catching them but they less likely to get them than the men Okay On that Somewhat Unequal note we'll say thanks to Leon Garret global news Now let's talk about the markets and investors today are of course going to be looking closely at the non farm payrolls report coming out in the U.S. in a few hours time Key of course for assessing whether the abrupt deceleration in hiring back in August was a blip or something with staying power consensus says employers added half a million workers the unemployment rate expected to tick lower to 5.1% Let's talk about all this with Stephanie butcher CIO and European equity fund manager investor asset management Stephanie welcome to bring a good morning and thanks for being with us So what are you expecting Well this is very wide range of expectations I think it's quite interesting because I think one of the wider ranges that you want tends to see for these things Look I think it's difficult to estimate that August data is always a little difficult to place a lot of attention on because of seasonal issues So the September number is important I think in reality we'd have to be quite an extreme number to really change the sense that the fed stated what they want to do moving forward I think for me where would it be most concerning number It would be a very low number with a high wage sort of rate increase because that's where the market will sort of continue to have this breath that it has at the moment on stagflation But I think the likelihood is as a number that will just frankly confirm the trends that the fed is.
"nori" Discussed on The Body Serve
"To get if you can get it. He's very well but he still has moments within these matches where he has lapses shirt. He lost the third set to cam. Nori nori of course played well credit to him but he's still not like i hate to say what like federal old right. Do you remember back. This was probably like in two thousand eleven or something. When shanks started appearing in his game and people were apoplectic. They couldn't believe that federal was not perfect. And this is the function of getting older. You're going to have sets and matches where you're just you're not all there. Both karachi kids are alive shop evolve. We'll play both tuesday and learns a sauna go will play federer yan one. This is the match that we wanted to see movies. All the draw or catch will play daniel medvedev and that one year guess is as good as mine. This next segment. We're gonna talk about some of the moments from week. One that stuck out to us. Some of them may have already hinted that or touched on already. But before we do that. A couple notes about these ronan sixteen matchups. This is the first time in almost well in like more than thirty years. That three russian men have made the round of sixteen at wimbledon. Oh wow and it's also the first time that these three men have made the wrong of sixteen at the same grand slam tournament. Medvedyev rube love and hatano. We've heard about this crop of russian tennis players for a long time. But this is the first time that we've seen them. Put it all together at the same slam and we also heard a lot about canadian. Men's tennis on the promise of it. Of course no meals round here but felix. Dennis are both in the round of sixteen as well. So we're talking about like some themes and also some matches. That happened the first thing. The grass has been a topic of conversation in large part. Because it ended serena williams tournament a spill. She took early in her first round. Match caused her to get injured. And that was that ended men arenas tournament. because it's men arena. Not somebody of the stature of serena williams or roger federer doesn't get the same play right so the grass as you know is very slippy as the british say i guess here we say slippery a it was funny to me to hear like grown people say slippy because it sounds like a little kids word but listen the graduate. This also happened on the same day on back to back matches my marino. Window and then serena window. Matt arena was taking it to roger federer like he was playing really well federal was in a spot of trouble and mana no slipped got hurt and that was all she wrote so it was a little bit. You know nobody knows what the outcome of the match would have been regardless but unfortunately for manna reno because he was playing so well Slipping on grass happens every year. It happens early in the tournament more so than later in the tournament when the grass is mostly unused on warn like you don't see the brown patches at the baseline and evidently with the roof which is what happened in these two particular instances with the roof and creates a wetter grass rate. It contains the humidity on the grass. It'll make sense right when the roof is closed. The indoor area is very humid and now we always have a lot of rain here. The roof is closed very frequently a for a lot of this tournament. It's an indoor tournament which is supposedly against wimbledon's tradition. But it's kind of like well. This is what we need to do to get through the tournament and so at this point we are made to accept that. There's a certain number of injuries that we are to just take as par for the course to get through. The wimbledon is going to sacrifice maybe a handful of players every year. Now because this is just the wages this is how we do business and bright and a lot of people wanted to know like. Is there something that wimbledon can do to alleviate this problem to make the working conditions safer we. Jason goodall went to great lengths on tv to tell us that. Listen this is. This is about players movement. You need to learn how to hold movement and grass all england club member. Jason goodall. you really went to bat. For his club meanwhile serena williams is home anytime champion wimbledon seven and how many in doubles i don't know olympic champion on grass. Yes she doesn't know how to. She knows how to the crip. Walking gross that requires a lot of as well deft footwork that i guess that slip was entirely her fault. I you know it's obviously something. Don't fully understand. Because i think you have to be a player on grass to know like what is hazardous and what is not people like you said. People slip on grass every year every year since it was invented. I'm sure people slip on grass court. Tennis it's just a matter of like how much is too much if players are getting injured and having to retire from matches. Is it a problem that the tournament needs to address. Is that the pro. A problem that a player's council or a union should be addressing as a health and safety concern. This is what we've been talking about for many years. This is just something that a player's association or players council should be concerned about and tennis historically has not right and if this type of injury it happened to federer would he have said something differently than what he came out and said afterward where he went on ear and essentially said. There's nothing that wimbledon can do. This is this is what happens. I have to deploy these these split steps. That allow me to float. And hovercraft around the court better than everybody else like of course something wimbledon could do. They could have people break in the grass days before the tournament famously. They don't allow anyone to play on centre court or court one before the tournament starts except for this one exhibition match. I think on the saturday before the tournament starts on monday. The is pristine when you get there. Is it any surprise that federal takes this dense towing the company line essentially that seems to be his mo for most things and any murray went down hard toward the end of his match against oughta in the in the second round it. I mean for a second there. It looked like he was seriously hurt but he got up and he won the match but he looked to be in pain in the moment and of course he wonder when someone goes down. How much of it is shock or is it a serious injury. But unfortunately in serena williams first match against us mitch she was already strapped on one leg. She she went down sort of jammed her leg and heard the other leg and it was clear you know she got up. She was limping. She saw the trainer. She went down again and that was it like she could barely walk. It was devastating to watch. Serena was playing excellent tennis up until this point we were. I think everybody was sitting there watching and thinking. Well while dan this is very promising break. She had walked on court with this train. The sort of cape thing down. Her back You know it held. The trappings of a typical serena williams debut at a grand slam showing off offer new kids. She was playing against someone. I think would have been a great match up for her. And serena's record in first rounds in majors obviously speaks for itself. She's the defending runner-up here twice over and the predictions on what our tournament was going to be word a lot. You know the the oddsmakers put her as a favorite a lot of fans expected that this was finally it. Like i totally and i didn't i mean i don't like making predictions like that at all because you're bound to be disappointed but it was. It was a really good chance for her to go far. Sure the oddsmakers are going to do what they're gonna do. But i think most people at this point after having lived through the entirety of serena's come back from maternity not. Take it much much right. Like i don't think there were runaway expectations for serena williams of this tournament but because she came out looking so good that makes it even more disappointing..
"nori" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3
"And like maybe in the letter Samantha talks about how all four of them are a family. Yeah, we always liked hot each other. Yeah, we were pauses. She's like sorry to get cheesy. Yeah, she gets the drugs. They're giving me in here. Like she literally wrote it in the hospital early between her last breath and she's like, I don't want my body getting old and decaying. Yeah. So if you think you're putting me in a coffin think again and she's like I want to be cremated and my ashes like strip club. And she give a Specific Instructions. Like make sure that jars expensive babe, like like that jar better be expensive like just something very Samantha about. Yeah. Like looking good. And yeah. And no, she's like, no tears to Alicia at like, what's like a really expensive, like glassware off or something like that? Oh, talk to Alicia. What if there's one line in it, which is like until Smith Jerrod, I love him. Something like really sweet about Smith Smith. Yeah, I always knew he was a star. Yeah, that was like that was that had an emotional impact that was a very big emotional impact. Oh well, I was reading it, there's a montage. There's like a montage of like all the best moments between Kerry and Samantha. Yeah, moments. We never even saw like a beautiful memory, they have. And like it's full on a national impact. Just like, hm. It's like really beating you over the head, but you're so glad to be that, the victim of this, like months, lot of emotion. And then it's good for everyone. A way to a way to rebound from that is that she's like wiping away, her tears and then she realizes like Anthony's there and he's like, oh, you gotta go, he's a, get out, you gotta go like, like, it cuts to like me, like, get out. Like, just she, she's also smoking a cigarette smoke to get out. What the fuck is wrong with you? Get out. Yeah. Yeah you might not have the same home but you're not homeless,.
"nori" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3
"Okay, I know tell me she can't take it anymore and then she goes to Connecticut to surprise to surprise Charlotte. She's like, I can't live here. I need to go to Connecticut and once you go so great, when she goes to connect when she dead, Shows up at the house, that's where through the window she sees cuz, cuz what happens is, that's the moment that she's witnessing the moment of Remy coming out at Tasha's there and her kid, and they're all hugging and laughing, and being so supportive and Carries literally on the outside looking in. She doesn't know that any of this is happening home. And she's like, and she ruins Remy's coming out. She like ruins it. Oh my God. Yeah, you're so right? Yeah, she's like, I can't, I'm leave, I'm leaving. Take off groceries, whatever it is. You need to do. I'm getting an Uber. I'm gone. Like I'll be back maybe in a few days maybe in a few months. Maybe never. And like just leave and then she got sick. Connecticut, doesn't tell Charlotte for some reason, are like text her. But Charlotte's busy. Like we cut to Charlotte and it's like it's dinner time and lilies like Charles like em. They're in their pot. They're having, they're like pot dinner with Natasha and Josie and mr. Small and maybe mr. Small is Jewish. So they're having the like Friday Sabbath dinner if that's what it is, or shabadaba. Yeah. Shabbat dinner and that's when Remy's Lily's. Like REM is something that they want to talk to you about. Yeah and Charlotte's like what is it? And then that's like we see Uber pull up. Yeah and carry off. Thank you, thank you so much. Like get it like getting her bags. Like trudging to the door. She's obviously like overpacked no mass and no mask website and she kind of looks. She looks in going on the window. And clock everyone like Charlotte's crying. Yeah, Harry's comforting, her Natasha's comforting her. The kids are crying, like, everyone's going to hugging and, and Charlotte's like, what? The fuc? Yeah, or no curious, like, what? And then carries, like, first confinement, but then she sees Natasha, And maybe Josie Seas carry like clerk. Yeah. Like looking kind of scary and screams and screams and.
"nori" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3
"He's like, yeah, I'm curious. And then like with this there's like it's the only like with this ass. What do you mean? Yeah. He's like my husband's made for money. Yeah. And I, you know what I mean? Just like we could work something out and then we just cut to like the end of their packing and they're both like coming like crazy and then they like, fall back on the bed and they're like, oh my God, that was amazing. Like, who knew that? That was like the secret and then Steve's like, I just want to do have every experience with you Miranda. Like I feel so khong. I love you so much and he's like, what's one thing you've always do. And she's like, I've always wanted to be with a woman and they're like, he's like, I mean I would love that. Nothing would be hotter. But God, what woman are we going to get? Like, it's covid-19. A smile, and he walks towards them and he puts a hand on each of their shoulders. And he just does that big Steve grin and they're both just like what and that. And that that's all that needs. It's like, unspoken thoughts and then we cut to them again. All yeah. All falling back as being like, Oh my God, like I did not see that coming. Yeah, and then there's like, this is amazing. Yeah. But can we make this work? And then like, that's like entering there like entering, like a threesome scenario, would be cut right back to them. Zooming Miranda being like, yeah, I think it would your right, right, exactly. Yeah, yeah. Miranda is like, well, they're like Miranda your glucose amazing lawyer like Kos. Did you get a peel me? What's going on? Where do you look kind of gay today, Samantha's? Like either you've had the best sex of your life or you went plastic surgery and until she looks even worse. Like, Samantha looks like yeah, please ship. She's still talking like a hilarious. Yes, you can barely talk and she she will never. Yeah, she's now coughing could barely get it out. Yeah, a little uncomfortable but then she finally died..
"nori" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3
"It can't be Rodney. Maybe like Josie or something? Young, I like Josie. Knowing Josie over. And then it's like, oh my God, I'll bring Rose like perfect, Double match and that's when Remy meets Rose and Hazard. Sorry, Ross. Oh my God, Remy need some Josie and this and something clicks. And they're just like, oh my God. Like something happens for them totally. So then back at, I think back, we're back at the Samantha and she's pretty sick, and her story play. So unhinged, it's there. It's going to morning. It's going to be extremely sad, but I think it's also an opportunity for Kim to get like an Academy Award or like, like it's going to just blow up at the Emmys Golden Globes, like a cat and whatever. It's like, this is her birthday Matt. And it's also like her final goodbyes. You know what I mean? To this franchise. So she's feeling she's pretty sick and she decides to go like dragon to the emergency room so and she's like, wraps herself and like an Hermes like pashmina and like a fur coat, or whatever. And she's like, taxi. And like she has her Max mask on. And she like, Strolls into the emergency room and then that we cut to then her just like on the stretcher and the doctors like you tested positive for covid-19. Like we're going to go ahead and like like it be checked, like your lungs, and it looks like there's some fluid in them. So I would love to just keep you overnight, to monitor your symptoms, and make sure and she's like, keep me overnight like jamake. She's like, do you have a pure of the night? I have a computer event tomorrow morning. But he's like, trust me, it'll be like the best thing for you. So then she decides like, she's like, well, I have to go gather some things and she I think she moves into like a hospital all brown. But like does it all up? Like yeah. However you want to do it. Yeah. And then maybe the next day, it's like the next morning and Carries trying to write but Mister big is like, she can hear him like taking a shit in the bathroom or something and it does. Yeah. Yeah. And then she's like dead. He's like, do you want any breakfast or he's like, making like a breakfast. It's like, kind of smell like, she's just annoyed and, like grossed out by everything that he's doing. And she like can't focus on her work home..
"nori" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3
"Maybe Biggs just made dinner for them and like their faith or quarantine starts like on a really like positive romantic. She's like why I was just excited to like have some much-needed one-on-one time with my man. And like their cheers saying, there's some Jaws on in the background. Biggs just made like, real hugs. Her from behind, you know, we like does like, he's like dancing with her from behind. Yeah. And it makes her feel so small and Tiny. Yeah. And then he's like, cheers baby. Like will enjoy it together and you think it's going to be just like a bed of roses and then maybe big tells her over dinner. He's like I have some good news and I have some bad. I think that he's hiding it and I think he gets a phone call and he's like trying to he's trying to like end the phone call, but he puts it on speaker or something and like one of his one of his, like, co-workers is like it's gone, it's all gone home. I lost it. It's gone and curious like cats going, what's gone? Like she's like, what's happening? Okay, I have a pitch. Okay. Be maybe Biggs hedge fund or whatever the fuck he does was like Nappa something it got like a like a GameStop ask situation happen his whole head run got like liquidated by like creditors. Yeah, yeah. Okay. Slash big gets that call. He is old. He doesn't know how to like work. So like instead of turning the volume down and like, goes way up and like Kerry like some of his co-workers trying to call him like during their romantic candlelit wine and veal dinner and he keeps trying to hang up and Carries like just answered, just go answer the phone and like he does and that's when she hears doggone like everything and Carries. Like, what was that? Yeah. And that's when he like has to explain. And I think the next maybe the next thing we see is like the girls are now having like a zoom brunches ton of being able to meet so like carries just picking up where it left and she's like and then he we can't pay the mortgage any more. So now we have to move. Yeah. And like Miranda's like well I mean that's happening to a lot of exactly everyone being kicked out of their hearts, with it starts with Kerry like slamming down a carries. Like, in this Zoom she's like, she's like affected, like, affected affected. Like it's just kind of like really going about how she's being evicted and ran us, like trying to be supportive and trying to listen, but then like a certain point where it interrupts her and she was like, wake up Carrie Wake up. We're all getting a Vic. Like the whole half of the city is being evicted, but not the most compassion. Like yeah, just being like like that was kind of harsh and that's that's the one that's like Miranda.
"nori" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3
"Cuz we've always like, Miranda's always given me like lesbian Vibes one. Well up. Yeah, I mean how low but like there was that lesbian storyline where she kind of was one for a second and then ultimately, but like, I would love to see her like dead. Maybe they bring Anya and it's like a third value, okay? Reason, like, they get so bored, during the covid-19 just decide to like, try out everything sexually that they've never done before. So it's like pegging threesomes like yes, but like any sort of BDSM like they just decided we're going to do it all, cuz we have to make this. We have to make this work and there's something so beautiful about Magda being part of the family. And then on, you're literally becoming part of their family and then have being in a polyamorous relationship. So it's not even about cheating. It's about know, they, they have a third partner, there in a polyamorous relationship in the more that this happens. The more that Brady goes off the deep end. It's just getting. Yeah, they're in their house. I like that. They're in a throuple and like that. It's not everyone's feeling like really good about that. And it's great because you'll for Kerry to do her to do her musings and to, you know, get gets the sex in the show, you know? Yeah, so we we end the scene and just understanding that it's like Brandon Sebring have a really hard time being around each other in the middle a little bit odd. Yeah. Totally. And then we cut to Do we cut to like Samantha? Yeah, she's she's definitely. Yeah. For some of us life, slowed down a lot. And then for some of us life didn't slow down at all. And it's like some hands fucking getting off railed by some real old real, like the hottest real, but a Doctor Who. And after they get done he's like oh I gotta go. Go back to my my shift at the wrong agency..
"nori" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3
"Gorgeous. Yeah, and she's gorgeous. And also, like, she's just like a gorgeous. Housekeeper slash assistant. Yeah. But then slowly, we learn got slowly. We learn the tunnel job. Yeah, like she could have actually gotten the job. Like through Magda like recommending her. Yes. Like internet Miranda's legal firm and then slowly she just became distant and now she's Miranda's right-hand girl. Yeah I like that a lot. I love this. I really like it right I'm sad to lose a hundred eighteen year old but I'll get over it. Yeah p r i p. Maybe there's a sweet moment where they stop and they honor mad like they look at a photo and they like honor her. They have photos of her everywhere. Holding Brady just like a beautiful portrait of her. Be a painting of the whole family with Magda she's gone but not forgotten. Yeah I feel like we're really the theme right now is like we're opening up the series with some heartfelt moments. I think like we're opening with a lot of emotion. Yeah totally and so Anya is like reminding Miranda have all her meetings and then I think Steve comes in and he's like, Miranda did you see this turns on the T off? And who's the on the TV? It's Brady on Fox News in a suit and like just yammering away now, like a cold, like The Masks or whatever people were so mad at the beginning. Like I can't I can't even remember what Republicans are pissed that but they were mad at masks. Yeah, like shut down off small businesses like and just, you know, ranting and raving. What if it making some good point? What if Brady was the one who gave Magda covet? And so there's actually some hatred between Brady and Miranda or is that too far? I'm I don't know. Maybe it is. It's too far. Stop you. I was thinking that Magda was like, had been gone for like a few years ago, too far as I know if she, yeah, especially as a matter raised. How do you bounce back? Yeah, yeah, I erased him. You can't do that. We can't do that. And but I think he and Magda, I think the tension could be that Magda was very conservative. She raised Brady those ideals. And so now, Brady is kind of carrying her Legacy somewhat. So, there's a lot of conflicting feelings for Miranda about this woman that helped her raise her child, and like their beliefs didn't align so much. Yeah..
"nori" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3
"Oh, maybe he comes by to, like to say, by. Give her a coffee. Like a coughing. Her a coffee. Yes. At the coffee. Yeah. And he's like, he's like it won't be the same without you babe. Yeah. Really, really good Anthony. Thank you, ciao. Thank you. Your talent. Knows no bounds of what can't she do? Yeah, he's like, here's a copy for Connecticut and like, he's like, don't get too attached. It's from Connecticut, muffin. Okay. There's a, there's a, I don't know if you know this but like there's a franchise in New York or Connecticut muffin. And so there's some pun there where he's like, he's like take the muffin to Connecticut, like something. Like, like them up and don't get a muffin top, don't get the quarantine 15, he already knows or fifteen, but where it's even a possibility you would absolutely don't get fat in Connecticut. Yes. She's like I won't don't say that though. And then Harry puts like an arm. I feel like he then enters. The scene puts arm around Charlotte to let us know. The scene is ending. And then yeah. And he's gotta go and got a girl. Yeah. And maybe Anthony even makes like a comment to like Lily and Rose. Like, Remy wage. It's like be good. Girls. Like don't do anything. I wouldn't do. Yeah. And like yeah, just to like kind of make the audience know that they're part of this. Can I pick something? Yes, I think maybe Lily's not there yet and Lily meets them some. So maybe they've already settled down in the Connecticut home and Lily comes kind of fuckshit up cuz she's like angry and Faith. Like, she's not there yet. And then maybe, let me hasn't come out yet as being trans maybe, and maybe once it's still Rose. And yes. Stalin in the back. Yeah, or whatever. Helps. Remy come out like Lily like helps room, and in Connecticut. Okay, great. I love it. Yeah. So Anthony makes a comment at Rose and then They they do the Harry's arm and then they decide to hit the road. Yeah, they get.
"nori" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3
"I'm sorry, like, where your head's? I think big could find a solace in the arms of a young, as he loves younger, when he loves younger women, it makes him feel young, if he's giving, if he's depressed and the quarantine, what's good? I'm a big feel better and he's off the money. So if you'll week, you know what, I think that big ends up having an affair with one of Samantha's nurses dead. And that's Samantha dies cuz the nurse is nothing in the nurse's. Not paying attention, isn't mr. Biggs fault. Yeah. Okay, wait. So let's go. Let's go to like the beginning and my kind of play this all out to the best of our abilities. So, I feel like this opens I, I feel like this always opens, especially, on this podcast, but always in the movies and even in the shower with like the overarching, like beautiful New York City, like the the streets of New York are like, are they empty at this point? Like do we think it's going to be like just hustle and bustle, New York, but it's really like the streets are empty and it's day 1 of lockdown. I see the directors like really going for it and like, knowing that taking the theme that you just talked about of the opening being this like a, you know, razzle-dazzle like regular Jazz kind of like the, the that was me being a sex. Did you did you get the really put that? Yeah, exactly. Like they know that. So if they started with this like newspaper, crumpled newspaper, like just, you know, in the wind getting pressed against and then the camera pans out and you see Either it's Time Square and it's empty. Yeah, I think the directors would go there. I think so too. And I think it's like, we maybe even get like a title card. That says, like, day, one of walked down like New York City. Oh the crumpled newspaper, the crumpled newspaper, it shows the deadline. It goes. Yeah, perfect, perfect. Okay. I should do this for a little Geniuses, like, playing. Come back from fucking Santa Fe and take over Hollywood, honey. So we see then like how everyone's dealing like maybe it cuts to first, like we cut to Charlotte and Charlotte and we have like a voice-over from Carrie. That's like New York was under siege and she's like some of us had to leave and we see like Charlotte and Harry and Remy Zero slash at this point packing up like and getting link go into kinetic. I see Charlotte cuz I feel like they are the show always gives the emotional. The actress who plays Charlotte. Who's Kristen Davis, her face can really take the. I feel like they're going to. It's going to be a shot of her looking around her Empty Apartment off. And just kind of like, you know, giving some sort of look that shows the the sadness, I they always give I feel like the show shows sad moments through Charlotte's character. Totally like she's closing everything there's they've thrown like the sheet over Furniture. Yeah, like wealthy people do when they leave one house to go to another and like, oh, so everything is kind of shrouded, she's there still Hawking help is like, where they're wearing masks and they're like packing up boxes. She's not do. She's not physically doing any. Yeah. But she said package throwing the sheet and she sat and then finally, as everyone leaves it gets just her closing the door of her classic six. Is she saying goodbye to Mario game.
"nori" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3
"Taking place during cobit, which like that is a little bit too much of Leaning into like a pandemic dead. Energy. I agree. I think no one wants to see that. I really don't really in my truest deepest soul. I don't need that whatsoever. No, do not need that. And but I have been thinking about each character and like, how they would be handling covet, have may, I have thought about it, okay? So, like, for anyone now joining, that's a great segue and like the meat or this podcast, so, to speak for anyone. Who's knew the whole premise of this pod is that I bring on a creative Talent, if you will, and I found them think of a story line for each of the girls and then we'll go back and we'll like build the movie together. So with that in mind, just for all the newbies out there to contextualize your journey or about to get on. You want to kick it to Nori and I went to hear what you got. I have some ideas, they may be too much, you seem really somber song, It's leading me to believe that ideas are like, very, it's going to be a sad somber Vibe. Well it's not sad. I just think you know immediately you know Samantha is dead. Oh God. Okay, someone had someone had to kill her. She's not part. I mean she's not part of the project. Okay, so you're honoring like your choosing to honor like, where the women are now in our lives, like where the cast is and like your Vibe was like, what's right? Samantha right out of this? Well, I mean, I'm just gonna door, I'm just going based on the reality of the situation because we do not serve. We do know that like Samantha's, not returning and that the 4th girl is on the city herself. I do think, you know, maybe Samantha she just couldn't control her sexual appetite and she did get covet. I think. Covid-19 her immune system was already compromised from having gone through chemotherapy..
'Nomadland,' 'Rocks' lead more diverse BAFTA nominations
"Nominations are out for the BAFTAs in a list of nominees looks a lot different This year we get more from ABC is Jason Nathan Seuin after facing a Baptist so white controversy last year. The award soon is the British equivalent of the Oscars, offered up a lot of diversity and its nominations Tuesday. We're told that the most diverse nominations and BAFTAs history with Daniel Columbia, Dominic Fishback, Chadwick Boseman, Leslie Odom Jr. Several cast members from the Nori in more getting nods. 21 of the 24 acting slots filled by first time nominees and a record shattering four of the six directing nods went to women in the wake of last year's lack of diversity. The bastard voting rules and regulations were significantly
"nori" Discussed on 710 WOR
"47 1 35. Going is for college hoops is Rutgers battles Penn State. Our coverage begins tonight at 6 45. Elsewhere, the Knicks will try for a slam dunk against the Warriors and on the ice will have the Islanders with the devil's here. Should I be warm? Our weather channel forecast it gets colder again by the weekend. Overnight, we'll see just a few clouds Hello in the upper twenties. Partly sunny weather ahead for Thursday, eyes up in the lord of it. Forties Thursday night. A few scattered clouds alone the load of it thirties, mostly sunny highs in the low forties on Friday, and the weekend fares colder eyes in a little bit thirties. Dry weather Expected lows in the twenties. Video only just sparked Video from the Weather Channel on 7 10. W Whoa are 27 right now with your next updated three breaking news that one stature day with Len Burman and Michael Riedel in the morning 6 to 10 today I'm Steve Greenfield on 17 w. O. R in NBC News radio station. Oh, no time. Seasons. Don't feel the reason you don't do the wind. The sun of rain Come on. Take my home will be here by now. Nori called the Wild card line at 8185014109 1st time Caller line is 8185014721 to talk told.
Councilman-elect Kevin de León appointed to vacant Los Angeles city seat
"Elect Kevin Day. Leon was just appointed by the Los Angeles City Council to the vacant seat in district 14 to replace suspended Councilman Jose Wiis are Eliana, former president pro TEM of the state Senate won the primary election in March with a majority of the vote. His appointment will be effective Thursday. According to the motion filed by council President Nori Martinez. You can
New York Icons: Kaufman Astoria Studios
"New York for its entire. History has brought people together of wildly different backgrounds and that might be different races or cultures or a geographic areas Irish people and Jews and African Americans and you know Italians but also different classes. You had the tenement girl and the rich playboy and everybody in between well. That's just a natural for storytelling. But when these stories were told by Hollywood what was distinctly New York about them could get flattened out for the mainstream. If you look today at a Marx brothers movies the first couple of Marx brothers films. They're throwing all these terms around. Mommy's Nora Nori. There is Jewish for free loader animal crackers in the coconuts where designs you know for a New York audience but when the Marx Brothers then do moved to Hollywood and they begin making films for MGM. There's no Yiddish in those movies anymore. Right they become the sort of universal. You Know Hollywood movie Marx Brothers that that's from forty second street classical nine hundred thirty three musical about the Broadway chorus girl who becomes a star that connick number has the busby Berkeley dance formations but it also has the skyline the elevated train street vendors and attempted rape and murder. It's a film about New York. Made in Hollywood that helped form what sanders calls the mythic city. That dream version of New York. That's a distillation of the real place. Forty Second Street and all those back stage musicals that were made all the homes that were about the putting on of a Broadway show. They were shot in Broadway theaters. They were shot in Hollywood sound stage theaters. You know there was just endless numbers of these amazing films which did not have a single frame except possibly the establishing shot the opening shot would be shot in New York as the credits ran by with music behind him in. May Nineteen thirty. Three paramount turned the Astoria studios over to its main creditor western electric that companies filmmaking arm Eastern Services Studios INC operated it as a rental studio for independent productions. Its output varied widely. The Scoundrel for example was set in Manhattan's literary world. Noel Coward plays a ruthless hated publisher. Julian place the woman he charms. Mary's then abandoned putting something happened. Man I do live. I hope you're playing folk killed when you're dying using it on. The homepage of the year does not think of human when he dies. He's condemned to damnation unless he finds one person on Earth to mourn. Him novelists writes Ben. Hecht and Charles MacArthur rotated but at Astoria. They also got to produce and direct. They won an academy award for best original. We don't be Marquette. Hulu your new. There was a series of Spanish language. Musical starring Tangos Star Carlos Gardell Tambien. A nineteen thirty. Three's Emperor Jones was based on the controversial Eugene O'Neill play main character was a black pullman porter who escapes prison to become dictator of a small island. The film could only have been made with independent funding. Then the studios were called to service for World War Two. The Department acquired the property in Nineteen Forty Two and the pictorial center of the army. Signal Corps moved into make trading and propaganda films. They expanded the facility and built barracks for the soldiers. The army used motion pictures in the war effort and turned to experienced filmmakers for help frank. Capra worked on a series of orientation films called why we fight one episode related to our won the Oscar for best documentary. Just what was it? Made US change our way of living overnight but turned our resources are machines our whole nation into one vast awesome producing more and more weapons of war instead of the old materials by the end of the war the ABC employed over two thousand people making movies over half of them civilians. All this work even brought new film techniques like multiple angles shooting and change film in even more momentous ways for five years American audience. It has been seeing newsreels. And it's someone you know. A movie maker said well you couldn't you couldn't bring in the enemy for for production meeting you know before. The battle and people went out with sixteen millimeter cameras. And these lightweight cameras that could go everywhere. They saw actual action after the war audiences and creators had developed a taste for this more realistic filmmaking. There was an appetite. For a new kind of filmmaking. That would be used more available light less contrived cinematography be shot with faster. Granier film be more shot on location and feel more like a took place in real place and not this kind of fabricated construct and be more adult this desire for realism meant the glossy representations of New York. That Hollywood made before the war wouldn't do director is like Ilya. Kazan felt their stories needed New York locations and New York talent. You don't understand I coulda had class. Gerber contamination could have been somebody by the MID FIFTIES NEW YORK. Filmmakers were more than just contenders. The Oscar wins for on the waterfront in nineteen fifty five and Mardi fifty six affirm. That excellence could come from outside. Hollywood New York is setting is capable of whatever mood or dramatic statement? You WanNa make architecturally in its light for talk about winter light as Mr Bergman did. New York's winter light image. That Sidney Lumet in the documentary film titled by Sidney Lumet. He grew up on the lower east side in nineteen fifty seven. He went from directing theater and TV. Two movies with twelve angry men. You're asking us to believe that somebody else did the stabbing with exactly the same kind of knife. Larger a million or one go onto make more New York classics like Serpico Dog Day afternoon and network. He died in twenty eleven. I'm not comfortable anyplace but New York when I leave New York for any other place in the United States My nose starts to bleed. Filmmakers at this time took full advantage of New York locations for their exterior shooting. When they needed a controlled indoor set they may do with whatever studios were available. Tv Or old movie studios the old Bronx by graph for example operated as a rental studio under different names until the seventy s the Astoria Studios. Meanwhile were still occupied by the army. There was some leftover stages from the twenty s and they reuse them and Sidney Lumet told me amazing stories of going onto these studios which he was in an editing room up in the Bronx. That had been Edison's old editing suite with an e draw you know kind of worked into the curtains E for Edison. These were the oldest movie studios in the world and they were using them in the nineteen fifties to make all those great early in mid fifty s movies like Twelve angry men and on the waterfront the city eventually recognized how vital New York and the screener to each other in nineteen sixty six mayor. John established the first mayor's film office in the world to lower hurdles to filming their Lindsay's film office streamline the permitting process and removed a lot of red tape for shooting in the city he even dedicated a police. Unit to location shoots then in nineteen seventy. The army moved production to different site and turned the Astoria property over to the federal government. This was not simply a movement of some soldiers because most of the people making the films were grips carpenters electricians and actress who were part of. New York's commercial motion picture industry so they were not at all happy when this plug got pulled in Astoria. The complex sat abandoned. For years unprotected and open vandals people would go in there. Rip The copper out of the walls and those people with a purpose then they were also just people in there for mischief terrible condition in the meantime you have this eyesore at the edge of a residential communities have halfway between the area and Long Island city. It's just getting worse and worse and worse. They abandoned cars dropped all around weeds growing through the sidewalk. I remember this very clearly. The film unions local community and the city got together to preserve the studio site. Save film jobs and clean up the neighborhood in nineteen seventy seven. They formed the nonprofit a story of Motion Picture and Television Center Foundation. They managed to prevent the studio from being sold off or turn down by getting the site on the National Register of historic places a process that normally took years.
‘Jails For Children’: LA City Council Temporarily Bans Private Immigrant Detention Centers
"Private companies will be barred from operating immigration detention facilities in the city of LA as the thrust of a temporary forty five day ordinance approved by the LA city council today with mortars KCRW's Benjamin Gottlieb its main proponent is nori Martinez the million it's a president of the LA city council she says it's a response to a proposed facility in the San Fernando Valley that's meant to house unaccompanied minors these kids have suffered enough they're going through it basically living a living hell and we're just making it even worse by putting them these types of of a detention centers advocates like Gloria south Saito pushed for this band is doesn't mean you'll send it to them maybe canned food doodles kids are America's future she says they're good engineers doctors soldiers astronauts so why put them in detention citizens into it and so on council president Martinez says she's also directed the LA city attorney's office to drop a permanent ban but that's still several months if not longer the way it is KCRW's Benjamin Gottlieb
Brock Pierce Discuss the Future of Bitcoin
"Letting them award show today my guest is we'll see on home while I I mean glad to be here in London we just came light L. Rabin Doctor Doom Yup toned as the and I think he took the award for like you know fly the big smaller sizes go on I don't really sit the middle is punch it was quite to listen to be both and treat them with respect even if you disagree everyone is offended the left won't talk to the right the right won't talk to the left red versus blue other with respect to try and take the time to understand someone's perspective and range can happen in a world where we're unwilling to engage each it forward I mean it's back to like maximalism right I'm not so you know it's back to like the willingness to respect and and the whole everything else to shoot two and Blah I like time base is it dude other but what I don't get Norio and I are very friendly tone and I mean we've been friends Axum Elizabeth to be involved get into a spice like bitcoin let's get to not open minded enough to go beyond that and think that maybe there's something else special it's GonNa come from most of the maximalism and it doesn't need to be Bitcoin I can be any anything versus keeping an open mind and saying I don't know I close my mind to a potential future what about bitcoin. SP BITCOIN SV might end up being better bitcoin you know that I don't know well uh-huh Crypto is still in a prototype state most it doesn't scale for the most it it's starting to exactly and easy I'd rooms we've seen Nori and as long as you're always fighting you know you're not gonNA make progress with people compromises I know you're doing a little Puerto Rico you everywhere you know what's going on especially Saudi thing that's going on in Brooksville why the you said you know flies when I realized anywhere in the world I went little social capital financial capital spiritual capital and in not schol responsibility which is if people will follow me anywhere let as everybody else was leaving Puerto Rico I said I'm going to go move to Puerto Rico and let's see if people but the early data is pretty compelling and you know a startup the blockchain I mean there's a lot of startup hubs it are trying to grab it's like the only place you can live zero percent capital gains and four percent in two thousand people didn't come to Puerto Rico because I went there I about the history I talked about how they were the first state that's not the fifty first state but the forgotten state sure about moving and then yeah great great come visit and I'm like did I tell you about the taxes on them the United States how we're taxed you know we're taxed on every trade just and you're an American you almost have to live in Puerto Rico or you have to renounce to track every one of those short term capital gains
Bathtub Girls: A Story of Matricide
"We're going back to two thousand three and here we have single mother Linda Anderson who is depressed and drinking too much and this is because her relationship with a teenage daughters was not good our oldest Sandra was very resentful that she was doing a lot of the mothering her little brother Bobby because Linda just wasn't capable of doing it and he has five or six years old he was little yeah he was with another husband not mate right yes he had a different father now Sandra's sixteen but she'd been through light for someone her age her fifteen year old sister Beth hung out with Sandra most of the time and at this point the two girls were just hanging out together smoking pot drinking alcohol going to parties and they also were complaining to each other what a terrible mother Linda was to them and bobby your little brother Linda was nurse and she is drinking on a daily basis she'd Lester nursing job and was passed out on the Sofa today's she usually begin drinking in the mornings and things just got worse as the day progressed relationships had been unlucky for Linda her less lover was a guy who is just using her have sex he and it seems like she had feelings for him and that was something that her oldest daughter would ridicule her Dr for being stupid about it well yeah I mean the research we did it seem like a very one sided relationship she might have had hopes that he was going to marry her earth you just wanted a six footer right right well in in our kids lived in a rented townhouse in a poor area than most of their friends Sandra was smart but she was a loaner when she was a child but then in high school she started making some friends she just finished the tenth grade and she was pretty popular at that point Sandra Beth's friends all seem to come from families who were more financially stable than they were and that was in difficult their parents would give them money and buy them the clothing they lived in Nice houses some head pools and they didn't have to cook or clean or care for their younger siblings so at least this is the way that Sandra breath or seeing things that it's not fair they thought they deserved the same lifestyle that their peers had your that's a pretty farfetched thought you know what do you mean farfetched but everybody doesn't live the same way you even if their friends seemed to have more money and more privileges but as we know as you get more mature you realize every household has its issues problems and it always looks better from the outside and that's how they saw it for toby and unfortunately they really held it against Linda she got the brunt of the blame for that year well 'cause when was unable to do with the girls wanted to do I know but doesn't it just irritate you that it's always the mother when the divorce happens weren't they met at their father it's he's taken out of the mother who is working off to take care of you you're I don't have a good answer for that seems to work we didn't seem to hear much of the father in this story now not a lot yeah so then Linda meanwhile she hadn't given up on the man who she was interested in marrying but he apparently wasn't this is an older guy who's an attorney and she thought that her life in a life for her children would improve as she got him to marry her that's just not the way I look at things as well I guess not but we weren't there we don't know what he was telling her I know he could have been misleading her true Linda wants to told Sandra her daughter that this guy was the best lever she ever had and that's something share with your kids isn't it adds inappropriate yes and then she told sander that she stopped taking birth control 'cause she's hoping to get pregnant and lure him into marrying her now that's stupid and to tell your team daughter something like that is doubly stupid and Santro is a pretty smart girl so that made her angry she already felt like she was a mother to bobby in the last thing she wanted was for her mother to bring another child into the situation so even though they condemned Linda's lifestyle these two girls were drinking and doing drugs with their friends they were smoking pot skipping classes but they saw their drug and alcohol use is different because it was a social thing they saw Lima's drinking a secretive and pathetic and Linda did keep bottles of alcohol hidden and she denied having a drinking problem obviously her life was suffering from it things were going downhill for her and subsequently for her children she wasn't able to keep a job she had a degree issues nurse but you can only show up for work so often with alcohol on your breath through being visibly drunk and you're not gonNA keep John Exactly but you know there were also indications that although Linda did suffer from alcoholism she did care about her kids and at the heart of her she wasn't a bad person when Lynda was working sh actually worked very frequent and long shifts to help provide for the kids. Sandra would be called upon to babysit bobby but Linda we call home often to check on them and then Sandra would be annoyed by that. Linda's CO workers at the local hospital had really good things to say about Linda she was kind and carrying she was a hard worker but you know she did have a drinking problem and she started showing up for shifts with alcohol on her breast which was a dealbreaker of course or yeah it's not GonNa be good for your job longevity is it now especially when you have peoples lives in your hands but and you said this I'd emphasized that her coworkers pretty much all had good things to say about her I think you have to realize that alcoholism is a disease and have some empathy here and I think there was just a huge lack of empathy from Sandra Beth which I understand they're teenagers northland that's the job of teenagers to feel like your parents are a bunch of jerks yes in treat them badly right so although Sandra resented her mother's earlier to keep her job she was even more unhappy to have her at home all the time Sandra Beth told their father that Linda wasn't there for her kids as she should have been and that are alcoholism was just getting worse now dad's response according to the girls will see told them to call the police if it was unmanageable vice dead so here's Linda she's unemployed she's in love clearly with the wrong guy and she's deeply in the clutches seven addiction so she and her kids clearly need help she wasn't functioning and Sandra blamed her pretty much for everything that was wrong with their lives she really did so bobby and Beth went to spend the summer of two thousand two with their grandparents in Europe now bobby was only there for a few weeks so when he returned Sandra had to take care of him he was Beth Sandra's half brother but only spent weekends and holidays with his dad so his dad wasn't really a fulltime father either Nori wasn't when Beth returned in the FAW Linda was in really bad shape and Sandra hated her more than ever he was convinced that things would never improve and she wanted to convince that that killing their mother would solve all their problems so she'd taken a big jump over this time period Armand doesn't even care about us the Stewart right now back in two thousand one Sandra had called the children's aid society to report abuse by Linda's but Sandra in Beth didn't say anything about Linda's drinking at that point Linda told the social worker how great her daughters were and she said that they were both responsible and really helped her out watching their little brother while she was at work so they kind of did the cover up thing when the social worker showed up but then a couple of months later Sandra called again and she told them that her mother was an alcoholic who had made them lie to the social worker when they visited last time she said that Linda was glint mean and do not offer any discipline but see I s really didn't believe her and didn't get involved so in Sandra's mine she dreamed of being a novelist a movie producer a rock star and she talked about more practical job she'd like to do like a flight attendant or a paramedic but
Bahamas Prime Minister Hubert Minnis says at least five people have died in the Abaco Islands
"Hurricane nori and hit the Bahamas is one of the strongest hurricanes on record killing at least five people on Abaco island prime minister Hubert minutes many homes. businesses and other buildings. have been completely or partially destroyed Minnis says an unknown number of people been rescued his team's finally fan out over the heavily damaged island grand Bahama continues to be battered by Dorian which is nearly stationary some twenty five miles from that island top sustained winds once one hundred eighty five miles per hour have dropped to one forty but is still a very powerful category four storm the national hurricane center says the center of Dorian isn't expected to draw close to the Florida coast until late tomorrow night through Wednesday evening before rolling up the coast toward Georgia and South Carolina people living along a two hundred seventy five mile stretch of Florida's east coast under a hurricane warning that stretches from Jupiter inlet upon a fever which is near Jacksonville national hurricane center's can grant just because it's often because it doesn't mean that we're not going to see an action we are coastal evacuations of already been ordered parts of Florida as well as Georgia and South
Investigation into Ralph Northam's racist yearbook photo inconclusive
"Virginia. Governor route Nori has released a statement, the heels of inconclusive three-month report released today by eastern Virginia medical school over the investigation to the racist photo founded the governor's yearbook pain in the state and northern reiterates that he is not in the racist and offensive photo that appears under his name in the nineteen Eighty-four school yearbook. The Virginia governor goes on to apologize for his response to what he calls the events of early February that caused hurt and admits deepening payment confusion by that response. Investigators today announced they were unable to identify either the man in black face or the man in the K, K garb depicted in the now,
Why Werner Herzog loves cat videos
"Today on studio. Three sixty what energizes the legendary filmmaker Werner Herzog sometimes when I don't know how to order my thoughts, I switched on crazy cat videos and immediately. I'm rejuvenated. We talk a lot about cat videos, the art of narration and his latest movie meeting. Gorbachev. Plus from the first time you heard this song, it was just absolutely mind. Melting. The story behind when doves cry, which prints released prepare to feel old thirty five years ago this week. This is what it sounds like the head on studio. Three sixty right after this. This is scheduled for sixty I'm currently at I'm sitting on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial this first level of guard this Thomas Jefferson's vegetable, I'd like to have the roasted chicken very well done, editing is all about timing. I tried to get a little bit away from the actual subject must get sick of your place, right? Three, sixty with good Anderson. Werner Herzog has made more than sixty movies. They're often about man versus extreme forces, the Amazon jungle in FitzGerald. Oh, active volcanoes in the documentary into the inferno. His latest film meeting, Gorbachev also fits into that frame. It's the story of Mikhail. Gorbachev versus a crumbling political and economic system. Food consensus, Kevin over a six month period last year and the year before Hertzog went to Moscow and interview the very last president of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Sekkei bitch. I'm sermon. And the first term and that you probably met wanted to kill you. Hertzog and a co director Andre singer, combined interviews with lots of archival footage to tell the story of the one Soviet leader almost everybody in America, and the west light even adored, and the film is all held together by Herzog signature narration here. His home village is it looks today. It is hard to imagine that from such a godforsaken place in the middle of nowhere, one of the greatest leaders of the twentieth century emerged. And when Hertzog is here with me now to talk about meeting Gorbachev, sir. Welcome back to studio. Three six eight thank you. Thank you for having me. So you feel three long conversations with Gorbachev. How did you prepare for those mostly reading I did a lot of homework? I read compensates memoirs Rhoda most excellent biography by William helpmann. Otherwise, I arrived without pain, my hands. I didn't have a catalog of Chris that would rectal down. It was just a conversation from men to men carried on by curiosity. Wave. I was gonna lead me or us. Was unknown the film talks about how Gorbachev is beloved and considered a hero by many Germans, and obviously being a German, a west German at the time, you must have paid keen attention to the Soviet Union at that moment. Sure. And among other things when Germans reunification were somehow abandoned, give him up the real real big thing, about reunification, these it came without bloodshed. It came without violence. Gorbachev allowed peacefully his predecessors would send tanks in and, and suppress the liberation movements of countries like Hungary Poland is terminal. You just name, it chuckle Slovakia, take a Slovak, yo cyst that was attitude of the Soviet Ryan and Gorbachev completely different in his approach and is in west Germany had been separate countries. For essentially your entire life. It just must have seend being a forty odd year old man, having never known anything else impossible that this was never going to happen. Yes, I personally believed I would not see during my lifetime something of that magnitude would take much more time history would be slow, but I was surprised. And when the wall came down in Idi nine and reunification happens, as you say, in the film. So quickly crazily quickly. What was your feeling when I heard about the wall coming down? I was in the southern tip of South America, a mountain, and with five days delay through shortwave radio hurt that the won't had come down, and it's this kind of joy in the shadow of elation, his never left me, I was pleased, given the seriousness of the subject by the touches of humor in this film, like. When they're cutting down ceremonially cutting down the barbed wire between Austria, Hungary, and spend a long time showing this bit of the Austrian nightly news that night I'm going to play that clip. Busy plea for the entire world. I n curtain started to be lifted. However, Austrian evening news was curious about the magnitude of the event retail two minutes. I didn't really metric their lead story was about slugs. It's very funny because they advise you to fill up old with beer in slugs, as lovers of beer would crawl it get drunk and you could harvest them in the morning, then on the miscellaneous much later. So the anchorwoman comes to mention that I am curtain. Being lifted. So it points to that sometimes news completely clueless. In other news, the Cold War is over. Yes. Yes. Do you feel as though humor is, is central to your sensibility, as a filmmaker as a creator, I think this human almost all of my films, and I've been labelled as grim teutonic sort of God knows warrior who, who is determined to risk his life in all all this, all this kind of nonsense. So what you spot it is. There's a lot of human gover of, of course, a lot of human other films. I wanna talk more about your narration, and how you do it. Do you begin with some rough draft? Or do you make the film? I know I the Nori I write the take spontaneously during editing and I know here heft to explain something and I write it down. On incessantly and in the editing room. I have very professional microphone, and I speak the commentaries. Right, then and there while I'm proceeding and sometimes I notice the texts overlaps into the next scene. It's three seconds too long. So I would delete one or two words and rephrase it a little bit in speak again and it would fit. That's amazing. So literally, as you are cutting scenes together, you're coming up with the necessary narration, and recording simultaneous. Yes. Exactly. Is that what I do that extrordinary? Well, I realize it audiences like the way I narrate in not, it's not only my voice. It is a text the context that I create the observation said, I make. So I'm writing the commentaries, and I'm speaking them and ended makes a lot of sense and gives a coherence to films that they would otherwise not. What have? And in his someone there, directing you. You know, saying, hey Werner, let's let's do another take that. No with exception of the editor. He is the only one who would tell me the phrase, doesn't sound right? The grammar is a little bit crooked. Why don't you change? So earth of words, his says to me pronounciation of the word should be different in, in English. So I, I do have helped India seek advice. That's amazing. And also, I'm I'm struck by how demystifying you are of the process. There is nothing. Mysterious about filmmaking. It's just professional work period. Here is a great example of that work from your film, grizzly, man. One of my favorites. This is some of the last football shot by the subject, Timothy Treadwell, a grizzly bear enthusiast. It's a close up of one of his bears, and what haunts me is that in. All the faces of all the bears that trade will ever filmed, I discover no kinship now understanding no mercy. I see only the overwhelming indifference of nature. To me, there's no such thing as a secret world of the bears. And displaying stare speaks only of a half board interest in food, but for Timothy Treadwell despair was a friend, a savior. In a way in that makes film, different and unique I Esa filmmaker heaven ongoing argument with treadmill. Sometimes trade will say something very new agey into how fluffy these Baz I in to hug them, and you have to sing to them and, and here on of sudden night. Chime in say here. I differ with Treadwell in my opinion, wild nature is different. It's chaotic and in dangerous and murderous, not fluffy, like involved, his knee movies. So I just have an argument with him. You didn't always narrate your films, in fact, in your early films. There are other people doing their rations. I believe it was, the, the great ecstasy of would cover Steiner in the seventies that was your first first one. Here's a bit of that finished Pessoa Costa sheaf league in his. Emas. He even so what, what made you decide to start doing that? Forty five years ago. I didn't. Yes, I didn't decide it, it was the signature of TV series all the other films have filmmaker appear in the film and giving the chronically, so right? Not only my voice, head to be in a head to be physically onscreen, as well. I hated the beginning. And, and then I thought when the film was finished I should do at least voice myself I felt uncomfortable but I hit the feeling afterwards, that was something good about it. Steiner's Esther training spoon. Sponsored Fatu got. Wow, your voice was so much higher. You know how Americans feel now about Werner Herzog narrations do Germans here. You're germination think nothing special about that. No. Since I speak own mother tongue. It doesn't really stick out like a sore thumb and insurance, of course. Yes. You'll sense that my first language was Bavarian dialect. It's like let's say Texan, drawl, ereck ignites must come from Texas while he must come from Bavaria, right? The earliest one documentary of yours that I can find that you narrated in English was herdsmen of the sun, which is about a nomadic tribe in the Sahara. This is a clip in the Republic of new Shia. The voter behalf gathered for the annual celebration of care covari towards the end of the rainy season in the month of September tribal meetings are held all over the half desert. Now we hear that we go. Of course, Werner Herzog. That's what he does. But when you first started narrating thirty years ago, was there any pushback from US distributors country Lee say so that was very quick. Aknowledge -ment that audiences feel comfortable and they like the way I make things clear. He really understand what I'm saying. Although I speak with the Nexen with a heavy ex and not as heavy as, for example Kissinger, but that's true. That's true to audiences responded favorably. And that's always a good sign. Your voice is part of the attraction ES, India can tell that it's very easy to make satires and to imitate my voice, you see the internet is full of imposed us. Do you know there's a? Actor and writer Paul Tompkins who has done one. Do you know it, let me play a bit for you and see what you think this is him doing the character on Andy dailies podcast? Okay, if you don't mind I've just uploaded this review to yelp. This is the trader Joe's on hype urine.
2 convicted of bribery conspiracy in college basketball corruption trial
"Are now joined by Don Jackson. He's an attorney now a very familiar with NCAA enforcement issues. Donna, how are you doing my friend just by our unit? They met doing good. So we saw some news come down here. Right. When it started that in the FBI trial for college basketball couple of guilty counts on bribery. But also, some not guilty counts, which I think are also interesting so explain to people what we should make the verdict and how to fix the college basketball scene. Well, I. The T as concerned this is step number one the guilty pleas from the southern district of New York case. And and also the current case, we're really third party that made payments to coaches allegedly Baid payments to bribe coaches to steer players to agents, financial planners, and and and in the case of Christian dolphins and a new a new agent, and ultimately, I guess with with a shoe companies with the goal of those players going back to the shoe companies at some point. But the interesting thing about about this case about the fact that that the Arizona head coach and also we'll wait we're not forced to testify. The fact that the issue of of direct payments to players or are you gonna end direct payments to players for the purpose to influence than the go to particular MTA members to she's really wasn't address in this case that was addressed along. Time ago in the northern Baltic. Boy bloom case in a Kelly court says the co pay with like that weren't illegal. They weren't trying. So the next step here will be the NCAA enforcement staff coming in to make the determination about whether or not these coaches or the university had energy grid of culpability for us the payments to to the to the players concern whether or not they'll be any kinds of sanctions imposed against the university. Standing approved in the committee on infractions case significantly, lower standard, proofing federal criminal trial. So we'll just have to see what happens with their own with LSU and the other schools that that ramp located through these through our taps. Well, you know, the thing is at the centerpiece of the reason all of this stuff ended up with the FBI with apartment Justice was this idea that the victims of these crimes supposedly where the universities that they were being sort of. Defraud it by by by these coaches in age, it's it looks to me with the fact that those earlier charges some of them were dismissed with the fact that Christian dockings was found guilty not guilty of some of these today that that whole rationale for this stuff all being in court anyway has kind of broken down would you agree with that? But that issue was addressed years ago when in the Novi waltzes Lloyd balloon case when when Nori Walters was was convicted twice on both in both instances and appellate court overturns conviction. And the judge the vote the opinion at the level of second time after you enter enter the plea said, essentially that the payments direct payments, like those that you were that he was accused of any made would not crimes they it without that without that, Don like Why's this even in federal court like that's the only way this is even in federal. To begin with it is. I mean, the underlying issue here is whether or not whether or not pay let's to student athletes, any type of pay any type of financial benefit afforded to student athlete.
"Afternoon, Charlie. Good afternoon. Tell me about your dreams. Tell me everything you remember. No? Do you not want to talk today? I can come back. I don't dream. Okay. So is it warm enough in here for you? Are you finding the accommodations comfortable? Sure. The couch is new. Ish. The bed is not. I've had a chance to go through the first batch of tapes. So I'd like to start our larger conversation now. When would you say this first garnered your attention? Was it Leah's broadcast? No. That was a sideshow. So when would you say you first turned your... You sincerely, Sandra Cole? Okay. The sincerely, Sandra Cole. You still there? I'm here, Doug. I was just saying. I've been sober six months. That's wonderful, Doug. And Abby, if you're out there listening, I just want to say how sorry I am. I love that cat as much as you do. She hears you, Doug. I'm sorry. I didn't mean to cry on your radio program. Never apologize for feeling too much, Doug. It's what makes life worth living. The happy times. The sad times. It's important to be honest with yourself. Thank you, Sandra. She always loved your show. No. Thank you, Doug. My next call is coming from Leah in Sacramento. I see you requested If You Could Read My Mind by Gordon Lightfoot. Such a lovely, haunting song. Who's this going out to, Leah? My uncle, Emil Haddock. And why is this song important to you, too? Leah? You're going to find me in peace as if you don't do exactly what I say. I'm waiting for you at the bridge. You have 72 hours. Goodbye. Why did that get your attention? It got everyone's attention. Why did it get your attention? Because the resolve required to do something like that was admirable. Admirable? Yes. And the opportunity to hunt someone of that caliber was too much to pass up. Also, I got paid a lot of money. Ah. Always money. So that's when you went to London. So that's when I went to London. JFK Airport, 2007. Two men have been standing near the emergency exit, watching me. They are dressed as custodians, or are custodians. They don't appear to be fixing anything, otherwise business as usual. You record these notes often. Any particular reason? I'm thorough. You're paranoid. That's interesting, coming from you. Why? I didn't chain myself to this floor. I'm being careful. You're being thorough. Ah. Here we are. London. Lobby of the Bridgemont Building. Approaching the security desk. One second. Who are you here to see today? I have an appointment with Eugene Demeter. IDS? Uh, yeah. Sorry. IDS. What was your name? Charlie Lattimore. We could skip the elevator stuff and all the waiting around in the waiting room. Why are you playing these at all? I needed to be top of mind for you. Charlie? Yes. We're ready for you. Great. Do you want to help with the bag? That's all right. This way. You worked here long? Me? Maybe four months. Are you applying for a job? I am. Oh, amazing. Well, it's a great place to work. Lots of benefits and the location, obviously. Hi, Akshay. Hi. Hi, Nia. This is gonna sound so dumb, but I've been going on so many interviews. What exactly is it that you do here? IDS. A lot of things, mostly centered around events. Insurance, logistics, marketing, you name it. Anyway, we're going to put you two in here. And make sure Gene is on his way. He's not great at time management these days. Here he is. Good luck. Thank you. Hello. Nice to meet you in person. You are Charlie, right? I am. Do it. I didn't want to get my wires crossed. Can you imagine me blathering on about Limetown and you're the wrong person? Look. Gene. I'm a little nervous talking to you. You're very intense. I'm going to be telling you things that I've never ever in my life said to anyone. Gene, I would urge you to take your involvement in Limetown very seriously. I do. And from now on, be extremely selective in who you talk to about this. You think you can do that? Yes. And I'm not ignoring you. I'm just writing this down. Be selective. No, I also wouldn't write any of this down. Oh, God. That obviously goes without saying. I haven't really been getting a lot of sleep in the past few days. I might need you to hold my hand through this. It's all very new to me. Would it make sense for me to tell you who knows I'm involved? I think let's wait on that. What I would like to do first is come to an agreement about terms. Okay. And then maybe take this to a more private location to discuss the scope of your involvement in this thing. Absolutely. You want to talk about money? I would. Normally, this kind of thing would be more fluid, but considering the scope of this project, I'm going to need to ask for a considerable amount of money up front. Well, that seems fair. I would need 1 .2 million to get started. One point... 1 .2 million pounds? Yes. To get started? Yes. Hi, Nia. What's going on? I'm sorry to interrupt. Someone's calling for you, and they wouldn't take a message, so... Who is it? Special Agent Marcy Gravis. She says she works for the Department of Homeland Security. Tell her I'll call her back. She said it's urgent. Tell her I will call her back. I'm in a meeting. Okay. Thank you. I don't have 1 .2 million pounds. Correct. You have 1 .5 million. And this bank account. I'm leaving room for the fees. Well, that's... Look, okay, look. See, that money's for my kids. Well, I think if your kids had the choice between having that money and having their dad, they would choose the letter, I would hope. I understand what you do is very challenging. I do. But can't we just be reasonable and bring it down a little bit, just to start? I mean, maybe we could just work our way up to that number. No, no, I'm sorry. That is the starting salary for having your life unfucked. Yeah, but I have... If you're not willing to pay that, I can't take you seriously. But I am serious. Then say yes. I just feel really kind of majorly pressured here. Christ! Mrs. Demeter, now there are some men here, they're from... Sorry, where are you from? Just tell them I'll be out in five minutes. Okay, I'll do it. I can't in good conscience give you that much money. Not without knowing what that money gets me. It gives you a chance. A chance to do what? A chance to not go to jail for the rest of your life because you're financially tied to the greatest American conspiracy of all time. I'm paying you my children's future for a chance. It's one more chance than you have right now. Oh, God. Look, I think we got off on the wrong foot here. I'm not a bad person. I didn't boil any people in acid. Oh! Damn! Okay. Okay. Okay. I'll withdraw the money today. You're hired. Okay. Well, congratulations then. You're a millionaire and you haven't done anything yet. That's not true. I've already removed the single most incriminating piece of evidence from the equation. What am I looking at? Tapes. Lots and lots of tapes. The ones your former employer, Brenda Radowski, AKA Terry Falstaff, AKA Lenore Dougal, sent to Leah Haddock's producer. The Oscar totem tapes? Sure. To be clear, that's a bit of a misnomer. A lot of them are Oscars. Others are from after he died. Some are just nonsense, thrown in with the rest. It's not exactly a curated experience. What it is, really, is an insurance policy. Everything this individual hid away because she knew it implicated some very powerful people. And now, it's yours. You're giving these to me? Yes. Put them somewhere where no one will ever find them but you. Don't tell me where you keep them. Okay, but shouldn't you have them? I already pulled the audio off them. I don't understand. How do you have these? How isn't really a question you want to ask me. Right. But I think you'll find as we move forward that intercepting a package is a pretty small order of business for someone in my line of work. Grab that sheet of paper. Yes. I want you to write down three numbers. Mine, your wife's, your lawyer's. You're going to stick that in your pocket. It's the only people you talk to for the next week, okay? Is this a test? You said not to write anything. Eugene, just do what I say. And don't call them from your iPhone. Put that in a drawer and buy a burner. Do you know what a burner is? It's a cheap phone. Correct. As for Nia and Akshay and all the other people running around here with their heads cut off, they're all getting something called mandatory professional development. Say that with me. Mandatory professional development. We want them scattered. It's hard to put together a story if all the key players are in different locations. Sound familiar? It does, yes. What about the special agents? Who? The suits in the lobby. Oh, they don't know anything. What? They've been paying visits to anyone even vaguely connected to Fitzgerald and Butler. Well, they don't know anything. Not really. Well, you could have told me that. No, Gene, I don't think I could have. Mr. Demeter. Go away, Akshay. Just leave me alone. Uh, yes, sir. On the back of that, write this down to Pink Norrie, 12 Canley Street, 1600 hours. That's where you're going to meet me. That's in half an hour. Yeah, Gene, we're on Limetown time now. We don't really have time to burn. Okay, I'll make it work. And when you talk to the agents, make sure you ask lots of questions about Leah Haddock. Why? Everybody on planet Earth wants to know where Leah Haddock is except the guy who took her. We'll be right back. Who can speak with you in a safe online environment? BetterHelp lets you do it on your own time at your own pace. You can schedule video or phone sessions plus chat and text with your therapist whenever it's convenient for you. In fact, so many people have been using BetterHelp that they're recruiting additional counselors in all 50 states. And best of all, it's an affordable option. Limetown listeners get 10 % off their first month with a discount code, Limetown. So why not start today? Go to BetterHelp .com slash Limetown. Join over a million people taking charge of their mental health. Again, that's BetterHelp, H -E -L -P dot com slash Limetown. Thanks for listening. At that point, did you think Eugene knew where Leah was? You said you listened to the tapes, right? Yes. So you have the facts. Why bother with what I think? Interesting. Why is that interesting? No reason. Let's continue. Pink Nori, a few minutes after five. Jean Demeter is over an hour late. The only people in the restaurant are the wait staff and an older white gentleman who was working on his laptop by the window. Go ahead and give Jean another... You want more hot water? Sure. Thank you. You still want to wait on food? I think that's my friend. Oh. I'm with her. Thanks. Could you give us a minute? You all right? I don't know if I'm built for this. It was one thing when nobody knew. I just hope this all gets easier. I assume it gets easier. Does it? Did you get rid of your phone? Yeah. I didn't have time to get the burner phone. But I told my staff to go home and await further instructions from me. Oh, and I bought the first cash payment. It's in the bag. You can look at it if you... Don't touch the bag. OK. I need to ask you a couple questions. Shoot. Do any of the remaining 163 Limetown survivors know who you are? Would they recognise your name from a list or be able to pick your face out of a line -up? No. You're sure? I'm sure. I interacted never with them. That's good. Question number two. Do you know where Leah Haddock is? No. Do you know who took her? I do. You do? I do. Anything for you to drink? Yeah, I'll take one of everything. Sorry, only kidding. Let me look at the... Is this the drink menu? Sorry, do you have whisky? We have beer. Yeah, yeah, beer's great. A single beer. Thank you. The man who abducted Leah Haddock, his name Daniel Rasmussen. R -A -S -S -M -U -E -L -L -E -R. OK. How do you know it was him? He told me. Before or after? Before. He confided in you. I guess you could call it that. Well, what would you call it? Not confiding. This guy is like the employee from hell. I don't say this lightly, but he's a deeply disturbed individual. Are you hungry? No, no, Gene. How is he your employee? It's complicated. By design. I was responsible for withdrawing the money and bagging it. He was responsible for delivering it to the people who needed it. The Limetown survivors. Yeah, I realised later. You didn't know you were paying Limetown survivors? I had no idea. It's not like someone sat me down and says, hey, you want to join a conspiracy? I was 27 years old. I was working as an associate at what is now IDS. I was called something else back then. I was just paying my dues, hoping to put a dent in my loans. And one day, out of the blue, someone says, hey, Brenda Radowski. Lenore wants to talk to you. Be at this hotel room in an hour. I'm like, OK. Why does my boss's boss's boss, Brenda Radowski, a very accomplished person and highly respected individual, who everyone in our firm seemed to be scared of, want to talk to an associate? I'm nobody. But you don't question things too much, you know? You're conditioned to do what you're told. So I went. And when I got there, she was very nice, very welcoming. The whole reason I was there was framed as, this is the kind of things all the associates are doing. It's just a side job. So she sits me down, hands me a stiff drink, and says, are you interested in making some money on the side? I mean, OK. What kind of money? She says, and I'll shit you not, this is what she told me it was. A botched class action lawsuit. Our fault. A total clusterfuck. So Brenda says, my help was needed in making these giant annual payments to people all over the world. It was all very simple and straightforward. I'd get the list fed next to me, and on it would be the names and addresses and payment amount, and the date I was supposed to deliver this information to a third party. My partner. So it's a two -person job. I take the money out, package it up. This other guy delivers it. I mean, obviously this is a highly unorthodox task she's given me, but what do I have to lose? I mean, did it occur to me that maybe I was doing something that wasn't 100 % legal? Not daily. Did I ever think for one second that I was paying the people of Limetown to keep quiet about the existence of mind -reading technology? Not even once. So how did you find out you were paying survivors? Daniel told me. Like I said, the way it was set up, I'd never need to interact with him. I only needed to get the money to a certain place by a certain time. Where? The marina. There's a dock with a blue light at the end of it. It's just past the bathrooms. There's a boat called Richard's Folly. The back door would always be open, and I would drop it in the cabin. For two years, I did just that with no problem. And then one night, he was just there, sitting in the darkness. Why don't you describe this Daniel for me? Okay. Well, he's a very large man. You're gonna laugh, but the first time I saw him, I thought he was a kayak or something, propped up against the wall. Then he started moving. The first time he talked to me, the first thing he said was that he had a secret he was keeping all to himself, and that he was tired of keeping it. Then he told me who the money was for. Why would he do that? I didn't ask. Excuse me. Could I get another one of these? Okay. So this Daniel guy does the job for two years after Limetown. He transports the duffel bags full of cash to the people he's supposed to. He gets curious who these people are and does a little digging on them. Maybe he asks one. And then something changes. He knows what he's a part of, and he decides he's going to spill the beans to you, the only other person in this conspiracy he knows. Well, that's possible. And you were unfazed even once you knew these were Limetown survivors? Well, I wouldn't say that. Just not fazed enough to stop. Not that I could have. I tried once in 2010. I had so much money already, and my daughter had just been bought. It just felt like time to pass the torch, and I don't know. The only way I could think to end it was to tell the only person I knew who was in on it. Lenore, whatever her name was. At this point, she'd dropped off the face of the planet. So what did you do? I waited for him. I went to the boat with the money and I sat in the darkness. Just like he would. I waited. A few hours later, I heard it. The heavy creak of this massive man walking slowly down the dock. Like he had all the time in the world. I remember. He stopped at the door. The glass door that leads into the cabin. It's so big he blocked out the light. He just waited there on the other side of the glass. He was looking in at me. He knew I was there. I don't know how he knew, but he knew. So, after what felt like maybe ten years, he slid the door open so slowly. And he walked in. Slides the door shut behind him. He says, and I'll never forget this. Do you want to know why I never go to the dentist? I mean, this is how he talks. Like, he's talking past you. Like, responding to something you never said. I didn't say anything. I was too afraid. So, he takes a step closer. Rattling the glass. Then he asks me again. Do you know why I never go to the dentist? I mean, he's nearly on top of me now. He says, one time I heard a story about a little boy named Kiernan. Who waited for his dentist in the dentist chair. When some stranger snuck in and poured lye down his throat. Kiernan's my son's name, if you didn't know that. So, I don't remember exactly what happened after that. But I remember I left the money. And he let me leave. But the assumption was that I would be wise not to get in the way of what he was doing. There would be dire consequences. I asked myself for years, why would Brenda hire someone like this? That's when I realized that Daniel's job, it wasn't just about delivering the money. It was keeping people quiet. No matter what it took. Including Leah Haddock. So, why abduct her? I don't know. Lenore, in her final conversation with Leah, seemed to think she'd be kidnapped as some sort of pawn to get to a meal. Sure. Why would Daniel want a meal? Do they know each other? I don't know. I'm assuming you heard Daniel's threat to a meal on Sincerely Sandra. Be at the bridge in 72 hours or Leah ends up in pieces. I did. That stands at 57 hours and counting, by the way. Yeah, I'm very aware. So, what's his motive here? Daniel does a job for a decade, keeping Limetown survivors alive, paid, quiet. Leah starts broadcasting the story of Limetown for the first time, and so he attempts to shut the survivors up. He takes out Warren, then Max. But if your whole goal is to keep Limetown a secret, why not just kill Leah? I don't know. Clearly, in Daniel's mind, finding a meal is more important than Leah. It's more important than the story of Limetown being made public. It's more important than the secrecy of your entire operation. What does it matter? I'm just having a hard time seeing how doing a deep dive into this maniac's head is going to help protect me and my family. I mean, what exactly is our plan here? Our plan is to make Limetown disappear. Are you kidding? I'm not. With everything that's happened, your plan is to put the cat back in the bag? Yes. Doesn't that seem impossible? Only if you care about the well -being of the cat. Look, it has been 38 hours and 15 minutes since Leah haddock disappeared. In that time, there's been this flood of information about Limetown. No one person can wade through it. There's a thousand people every hour who say they know for sure who took Leah haddock, another thousand who say they know one of the survivors. And then you got another thousand who say they're 100 % sure that the guy who works in the mail room has the exact same voice as the guy who showed up at Leah haddock's hotel room and banged his head against the door screaming her name. Right now, everybody knows everything, so nobody knows anything. And that, Gene, is a good situation for us. 15 years ago, Limetown was the biggest story in the world. Five years later, it was just another Wikipedia article. Do you know why that happened? Guess. People moved on. Exactly. But people can only move on if you let them. The story can't be allowed to develop. It has to remain a mystery. If I do my job right, in five years, five months, people will be asking themselves, Hey, whatever happened to that reporter that got abducted, did anyone ever find her? Shrug. People, deep down, they want Limetown to be a mystery. That is what they love about it. So our goal here is to make sure that Leah haddock and the person who abducted her are never seen or heard from again. I see. Do you? I don't deal in euphemisms, Gene. With your acknowledgement, I'm going to kill Daniel Rasmuler, and I'm going to kill Leah haddock. And we don't... I mean, there are no other options. Not from where I'm sitting. Okay. Okay. And when it's done, me and my family will never have to worry about this. I don't believe in half measures, Gene. Last question. On the Sincerely Sandra call, the demand for Emil was to be at the bridge. Do you have any idea what bridge they could be referring to? I don't. Do you know who would? The implication is Emil would know where the bridge is. Who knows Emil well? Living. Is that a real question? I mean, I don't know. Jesus. Allison haddock, I suppose. The wife of his brother, Jacob. She's the only person in Emil's life who isn't missing or... Dead. Missing or dead. So, Allison haddock. You're telling me you're going to go talk to Leah haddock's breathing mother and try to get the same information pretty much every law enforcement agency in the world is after? Yes, Gene. That is my plan. Now, here's what you're going to do. You're going to go home, pack a couple suitcases, and get your family to Worthing. Do you know where Worthing is? Okay. Once you get there, there's a travel lodge called the Worthing Homestead. Room 22 is already booked under the name Harry Frost. Pay in cash. Don't do anything but stay in the hotel and wait for my call. Do you understand? Yeah, I think so. You think so or you do? I do. Then wait for my call. Was that the first time you'd heard the name Daniel Rasmuler? Yes. When on Oscar Totem's tapes did you first hear him? Why do you call them Oscar Totem's tapes? It's shorthand. But you know there were as many of Lenore's tapes mixed in as his. Yes. Apologies. We shouldn't forget Lenore. She was very thorough. Yes, I'm flattered at the connection you're attempting to make. So when did you first hear Daniel? After, on the plane ride home. Were you surprised with what you heard? Yes. Why? Because it was surprising. Charlie - I don't know what you want me to say. I just want your opinion, your thoughts. But you're only asking me questions you already know the answers to. I'm trying to understand your choices. You're just a boy wearing men's clothes. Just play the conference call. Get on with it. This is from 45 days before the panic. A conference call Lenore conducted from Limetown. Can we say that again? Who's outside? Can you mute your line? I Hello? said, as of this morning, half the town has the tech installed into their brains. That's a very big problem. Yes, Kelly. Thank you. Jeez, that's a whale of a problem. Lucky for you, I solve problems. What is the proposal? Complete eradication. Complete? Yes. Outside of the asset? Of course outside of the asset, Kelly. Is no one going to say anything right now? She just said we need to murder 300 people. Who is speaking? Rasmussen. My name's Daniel. Ma 'am. Ah, the new leader of the task force. Welcome to the big leagues. Daniel, it's not polite to make subtext text. I'm not interested in being polite. This isn't up for discussion, Daniel. We have no other option and even less time. With all due respect, of course there are other options than mass murder. You're doing it again, Daniel. Think of how this plays out. Really think ahead. That's over 300 loose ends. We're trying to zip things up over here. What the fuck is happening right now? What are we doing? Our jobs, Daniel. There's a way to do this. You said half the town has the tech. Yes. That's an asset. That's the option of a long -term study in an organic environment. Hello? You're a smart man, Daniel. Wait, I'm lost. He's saying we keep the people with the tech alive to study the long -term effects. I think I can sell that. Is that an option? Theoretically. Well, that seems pretty good. So what would need to be done? Daniel, are you willing to claim responsibility for the survivors? And before you respond, let me explain what that means in basic English. It means until the day these 163 people die, after living long, full lives, they never speak a word of anything that's happened here. And if they ever do, then that is on you. That is your responsibility. And that means when I personally dig the mass grave, your unidentifiable corpse will be buried in all the rotting meat of your mistakes. Is that clear? Jesus, Brenda. I don't know about all that. Ken, stop talking. Is that clear, Daniel? Yes, ma 'am. Wonderful. Let's play it out. I'll start the Excel sheet. Great. Please be sure to CC me on any correspondence. Of course, Kelly. How could I forget you? Ms. Rudofsky, thank you for listening to reason. No, Daniel. Thank you. Daniel saved half the town. What a guy. Lenore was right. I should have tied up all the loose ends. You genuinely believe that? You can't honestly believe otherwise. Oh, I do. And I can. I would have appreciated working with her. She was quite a person. But she got old. And she got sloppy. She had a change of heart. Like I said. When did you hear the second Rasmiller tape? I don't want to hear the second tape again. Would you rather I pull your fingernails out? Yes. That's why we have to talk about it. Please don't play that. Were you listening alone? Stop. You do dream, don't you? Fucking stop. She never hears your screams, does she? Just turns the volume up. What surprised you most about the second tape? Please don't make me listen. This is important. This is the first time you knew. The first time you knew there was something after Lime Town. Let's turn the volume up. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. 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